L. William Porter, III, Of Counsel
Bill Porter concentrates on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, and commercial litigation, focusing on commercial loan workouts and foreclosures. He represents lenders, creditors and lessors in sophisticated Chapter 11 reorganizations, Chapter 13 cases and Chapter 7 liquidations. Bill has also represented debtors, and has worked for several years with the U.S. Department of Justice and United States Trustee Program, overseeing bankruptcy cases filed in Orlando and Jacksonville, Florida.
Bill provides state and federal court creditors’ rights litigation, including suits to recover monies owed, real estate and personal property foreclosures and replevin, attachment and injunction actions. In addition, he is experienced in receiverships, workouts of problem loans, debt restructuring, defense of lender liability claims, residential mortgage foreclosures, timeshare foreclosures, deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure and friendly foreclosures, fraudulent conveyance claims, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and commercial bank operation issues.
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